Someone Is Lying (Paperback)Jenny Blackhurst (author)
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The chilling new psychological thriller from Jenny Blackhurst, the No.1 eBook-bestselling author of HOW I LOST YOU. Perfect for fans of CLOSE TO HOME, BIG LITTLE LIES and DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES.
'Dark as hell'
'Think Big Little Lies transposed to English suburbia'
One year after Erica Spencer falls from a treehouse at a lavish Halloween party, the residents of the exclusive gated community where she lived have comes to terms with her death and moved on with their lives.
Until one day, a post on the school's website announces there will be a podcast to expose what really happened on the night of the accident. Six suspects are named, with the podcaster promising to reveal the murderer by the end of the series.
Everyone in this community has secrets to keep, and one of them is already a killer...
PRAISE FOR SOMEONE IS LYING . . .
'An ideal read for Desperate Housewives fans'
'A dark and twisty delight'
'Perfect read for Desperate Housewives fans . . . addictive stuff'
WOMAN & HOME
'A twisty plot with lots of characters hiding juicy secrets'
'Like a dark, twisty Desperate Housewives . . .'
'An addictive thriller'
'A compulsive, thoroughly engrossing thriller'
'A thoroughly twisty treat'
'A well-plotted tale of human weakness... this engaging read romps along pulling us with it, breathless, to the bitter end'
'A compelling, well-plotted story'
Publisher: Headline Publishing Group
Number of pages: 336
Weight: 240 g
Dimensions: 196 x 128 x 32 mm
An addictive thriller * Good Housekeeping *
This is like a dark, twisty Desperate Housewives and I loved the podcast element. I think this is my favourite of hers yet! * Claire Douglas on Someone Is Lying *
A compulsive, thoroughly engrossing thriller... think Big Little Lies transposed to English suburbia * Red Online *
A thoroughly twisty treat * Heat *
Dark as hell * Susi Holliday on Someone Is Lying *
A twisty plot with lots of characters hiding juicy secrets * Daily Mail *
A compelling, well-plotted story. * Candis Magazine *
'Utterly gripping' * Woman's Own *
Perfect read for Desperate Housewives fans. . . addictive stuff * Woman & Home *
'An ideal read for Desperate Housewives fans... An all-consuming read - the layers of deception and believable cast of suspects will have you hanging on every word.' * Woman's Weekly *
'Up to her usual brilliantly high, twisty standard. I was hooked from start to finish and would definitely recommend.' * Rebecca Bradley on Someone Is Lying *
A well-plotted tale of human weakness... this engaging read romps along pulling us with it, breathless, to the bitter end * Crime Hub *
Compelling, disturbing and thoroughly enjoyable * Sharon Bolton on The Night She Died *
I loved it. Jenny is an evil genius * Lisa Hall on The Night She Died *
Blackhurst's excellent writing keeps the tension high right through to the final page * Rachel Abbott on The Night She Died *
An eerie story that will keep you guessing * Daily Mirror on The Foster Child *
A dark psychological thriller that will have you looking suspiciously at your own friends * Mason Cross on Before I Let You In *
A thrill * Shropshire Star on How I Lost You *
It's unsettling, unforgettable and you won't want to put it down * Essentials on How I Lost You *
This thoroughly enjoyable and nasty tale of snobbery, deceit, loyalty and love supplies some of the year's most satisfyingly unspottable twists. * The Morning Star *
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